The lawyer who hit Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam with a water bottle after a loss at FirstEnergy Stadium has been charged.
The man, identified as 51-year-old Jeffery Miller, faces charges for misdemeanor disorderly conduct by intoxication, the Associated Press confirmed.
Miller is set to make a court appearance later this month.
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Haslam was on the sidelines during the Browns' game against the New York Jets on Sept. 18 that his team would eventually lose in dramatic fashion, 31-30.
As Haslam walked from the field to the end zone tunnel, he was hit with that water bottle.
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Miller was stopped and ultimately detained by security personnel as he attempted to exit the stadium, according to Cleveland.com.
Haslam did not report any injuries as a result of the incident. The Browns are considering banning Miller from attending games at FirstEnergy Stadium.
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The Browns (2-2) return home Sunday for a Week 5 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.
The team did receive some good news Wednesday, when All-Pro defensive end Myles Garrett returned to the practice field. Last week, Garrett flipped his luxury car over several times, resulting in a shoulder and biceps strain as a result of the single-car crash. Garrett also suffered lacerations and a broken blood vessel in the corner of his left eye.
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The injuries forced him to miss the Browns' Week 4 matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.